Days Out Monaghan

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AWOL Paintball & Activity Centre - Killybrone
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AWOL Paintball & Activity Centre - Killybrone
Paintball and Adventure Activities for all occasions: TEAM BUILDING - CORPORATE EVENTS - STAG/HEN PARTIES BIRTHDAYS - SOCIAL OUTINGS - COMPETITIONS EXCELLENT FACILITIES - EXPERT TUITION - MALE/FEMALE TOILETS & WASH AREA ALL SAFETY EQUIPMENT PROVIDED - INDIVIDUALS, SMALL & LARGE GROUPS CATERED FOR - BBQ's...
Cloncaw Equestrian - Glaslough
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Cloncaw Equestrian - Glaslough
Cloncaw Equestrian opened in April 2004 with purpose built stables, indoor and outdoor arenas and cross country course to cater for all levels of riders and horses. Geraldine Bellew, centre owner, established her new enterprise after spending 21 successful years at Greystones Equetrian Centre.
Irish Country Quads - Inniskeen
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Irish Country Quads - Inniskeen
Irish Country Quads is an adventure based activity centre in County Monaghan, Ireland. Our purpose built quad bike course caters for bikers of all experience and all activity is monitored by our staff. Anybody who prefers not to Quad bike can take advantage of our other fun activities on site. Archery, Shuffleboard, Clay Pigeon ...
Monaghan County Museum
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Monaghan County Museum
Monaghan County Museum has been serving the people of Monaghan for over 35 years. In this time, it has diversified to match the needs of a changing community. This award winning Museum has a professional commitment to excellence in caring for and displaying it’s collection as well as making that collection as accessible as possible...

Monaghan
  is a town in the Republic of Ireland, the administrative capital of County Monaghan. The name derives from a diminutive plural form of the Irish word muine meaning "brake" (a thickly overgrown area) or sometimes "hillock". The county council's preferred interpretation is "land of the little hills", a reference to the numerous drumlins in the area. Another translation of the name splits the Irish name into "Muine Acháin" with "acháin" meaning field so depending on your interpretation of "muine" it eitheir menas an over-grown or bushy field or a hilly field.